Guests to the Outernet immersive leisure district in London have been just lately handled to this satirical and psychotropic 360-degree collab between artist/movie director Marco Brambilla and submit/VFX store Glassworks.
From the crew at Glassworks London: “Displayed on the world’s largest 360 digital canvas, Heaven’s Gate immerses the viewer in a panorama of collaged ﬁlm samples, taking them by a collection of surreal scenes. To create the work, we labored hand in hand with Marco and supplied state-of-the-art compositing.
“Various 2D parts have been mixed into a singular 3D collage, utilizing digital cameras and artistic options to resolve the additional dimension and add the required depth. The movie characters and fantastical set items have been remodeled into inﬁnitely looping memes, trapped in time as media sculptures faraway from their unique context.
“The paintings questions our relationship with consumption and extra. Affairs such because the pandemic or the American election have been woven into the large digital tapestry as they have been happening, requiring an unbelievable adaptation effort from our crew.”
Shopper: Outernet Arts
Manufacturing: Marco Brambilla Studio
Director: Marco Brambilla
Lead compositor: Pete Fullerton
Compositor: Alice McCall
Editor: Dan Hawkins
Researchers: Alice McCall, Alisa Michail, Goda Zajausjaite
COO: Duncan Buxton
Head of Manufacturing: Tasha Laranjo
Lead Flame Artist: Ally Burnett
Head of 2D: Duncan Malcolm
Audio: Manufacturing facility London
Composer: Stefan Smith
Producer: Lou Allen
Sound Combine: Phil Bolland